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Fidelity closes international bond fund

Fidelity Investments is closing its £95.6m international bond fund to new retail investment and converting it into a sub-fund of the company&#39s Oeic.

Fidelity says interest in the fund from the retail sector has dropped but existing retail investors will be able to remain in the fund. The annual charge will decrease from 1 per cent to 0.5 per cent.

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